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Panama Cities and Regions

Panama City

Caught between past and present, the colonial districts of the country’s pulsating capital are infused with a cosmopolitan vibe.

The Canal Zone

Apart from the 50-mile waterway that stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific, you’ll find viewing platforms, national parks, and a botanical garden and zoo.

Chiriquí Highlands

Volcanoes, national parks, and coffee-scented hills are part of the magic of this mountainous, western region with its fresh, misty climate.

Bocas del Toro

Surf and swim near white sand beaches while absorbing the Caribbean attitudes and tropical rhythms that dominate this string of small islands near the Costa Rican border.

San Blas Islands

These cartoonish islands, home of the Kuna Indians, are graced with unspoiled reefs, uninhabited atolls, and crystal-clear Caribbean water.

The Daríen

The wild, lawless (and practically road-less) land bridge that connects Central and South America contains plants and animals from both continents in some of the world’s most pristine jungle.

The Pacific Coast

Resort-filled Pacific beaches such as Gorgona, Coronado, Kobbe, Punta Chame, Santa Clara, Playa Blanca, and Farallón, lay just steps from the Pan American highway.

Isla Taboga

An hour by ferry from bustling Panama City (12 miles to be exact), exists the capital’s quiet cousin, Isla Taboga. Wandering along its network of well-maintained paths lined with colorful orchids and enveloped by the lush rainforest will transport you to vacation mode in no time. The remote beach – who’s crystal blue waters are great for snorkeling, kayaking, and whale watching – is the ideal place to soak up the sun on this so-called "sleepy isle."

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